San Pedro, Coahuila

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San Pedro
Municipal seat
San Pedro is located in Mexico
San Pedro
San Pedro
Location in Mexico
Coordinates: 25°45′35″N 102°58′54″W / 25.75972°N 102.98167°W / 25.75972; -102.98167
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State Coahuila
Municipality San Pedro
Population (2005)
 • Total 43,447

San Pedro (formally: San Pedro de las Colonias) is a ceey locatit in the soothwastren pairt o the state o Coahuila in Mexico. San Pedro lees east-northeast o the ceety o Torreón an serves as the seat of the surroondin municipality of the same name.

In the 2005 INEGI Census the ceety haed a population o 43,447 inhabitants, while the municipality haed a population o 93,377. The municipality haes a lairge aurie o 9,942.7 km² (3,838.9 sq mi), which includes mony smawer ootlyin commonties, the lairgest o which is the toun o Concordia (La Rosita).

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Durin the French intervention, the launds haed belangit primarily tae Doña Luisa Ibarra de Zuloaga, who wis closely associatit wi Empress Carlota. Efter the restoration o the republic, the launds, notably the ranches “La Chona” an “El Hormiguero” wur seisit bi the govrenment an placit unner the control o Don Jerónimo Treviño, hero o the 1866 Battle o Santa Isabel. Mustered oot Republican sodgers settled on the laund haein been given grants bi the govrenor o Coahuila.

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